O'Reilly Network: An Amble Through Apache ConfigurationMar 07, 2000, 04:45 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rael Dornfest)
"At first glance, the httpd.conf file can seem intimidating. Heck, the third introductory paragraph reads, "You have been warned." But despite this rather ominous beginning, Apache is surprisingly simple to configure thanks to its well-thought-out default settings.
"In this article, I'll cover a selection of Apache configuration directives, the settings that define how Apache should actually run. These are things like: where files are located on your server, how much of the machine's resources Apache may use, which content visitors are allowed to see, and how many concurrent visitors the server can handle."
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